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A Self-Love Revolution for Ultimate Transformation. Because it’s time.

We’ve all been there at some point in life - dieting, restrictive eating, dreading exercise, with the only motivation being to look a certain way or change our bodies. Sure, this can all work and it probably has, but most likely not long term. This is because changing our bodies or being a certain size is not motivating enough to make it so. It subconsciously does just the opposite. We have been conditioned to believe that a thinner body is a healthy body, a more beautiful body, an ideal body. So we strive and strive for it, because we should, it’s healthy, it’s how we should look, it’s the size we should be, we’ll be happier when we get there etc … We diet, and then we don’t diet, get back on a diet and then ... It’s a vicious cycle and during the process we continue to fall more out of love and lose connection with ourselves while focusing on changing all that is wrong with us.

It’s totally okay to want to improve our bodies. Motivating reasons could be for health, to improve our quality of life, to move with ease or for our family. Making a change must be rooted in our own inner self-acceptance, self-love and self-understanding. Read on.

  1. What amazing things have you and your body accomplished? Think of all that you already are, what you love about yourself; and all that your body can do and has done, what you love about it – don’t over complicate it. The simplest things count! Celebrate it and motivate yourself from these notions to keep the momentum going. Remind yourself every.single.day.

  2. Be mindful of your self-talk and inner dialogue - When that negative inner talk pipes up, pipe it down with counter-talk. Tell it what is real and positively true. Most times, what we believe about and say to ourselves comes from old stories from another time in life which are not necessarily the truth in this moment. Sometimes you need to create a different inner story which aligns you with where you are right now and where you want to be. Live it. Breathe it. Be it.

  3. Your Body, Your Temple - Nourish it well, move it, care for it, show it love in ways that feel amazing to you – no matter what your current outlook on it. Tune in, get curious. Find the self-care practices which feel good and come naturally. Let this keep you motivated to be consistent. Our bodies can do so much more than we give them credit for and divinely caring for it no matter what creates self-trust and appreciation. Like, you will take care of it no matter what. Connect to it. Treat it how you want it to feel and look, right now. You deserve to. In fact, it’s your divine right.

We always hold the power when it comes to lifestyle choices. Knowing and believing this is empowering alone. It’s about making choices which allow us to feel – physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually – vibrant, balanced and loved. This is where ultimate transformation, inside and out, begins. A self-love revolution.

For the record, all body types and sizes can be healthy, feel amazing inside and out, be more than capable of doing many different things. Beautiful bodies - You have one. I have one. We all have one. Love it like you mean it and it will love you back!

For more information about my philosophy on this topic & all things holistic wellness, visit www.simplywellbda.com or contact me personally, jenna@simplywellbda.com. I would love to connect!

Jenna Viera-West is a certified Holistic Health & Lifestyle Coach and self-dubbed Body Love Coach. Through her own experiences, she guides and connects women to self-love and supreme ~physical, mental, emotional, soulful ~ self-care for habit change, food freedom, feeling their most vibrant, inside and out, and living fully in the now. A fierce advocate of self-care and body positivity, she coaches women one-on-one in her signature Optimal You Program and offers other bespoke programs based on a client’s individual needs.

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